Month: April 2016

Considerations in writing a will

Nevada residents who pass away without valid wills are considered to have died intestate, which can create serious difficulties for surviving family members. To protect one's estate from loss through this situation, a sound estate plan is advisable. However, writing...

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Properly changing a trust document

The creation of a trust can give Nevada residents more control over what happens to their property upon then death or if they become mentally incapacitated. However, any changes to the trust must be done in a formal manner similar to how the trust itself is created....

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The need to review and update wills

Some Nevada residents make the mistake of simply drafting their wills and never reviewing or updating them afterward. As applicable laws frequently change, it's a good idea to regularly review a written will, making modifications where needed.When people experience...

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